Refreshing change

Wolverton-based Wenlock Spring welcomed three Y10 students from Church Stretton School into the workforce for a glimpse into the world of natural source water in July, introducing the next generation to the many opportunities outside of the classroom.

As well as learning about the processes involved in the bottling and packaging of the company’s Natural Source water and learning about its provenance, the students toured one of Wenlock Spring’s key glass bottle suppliers from the region and were introduced to the logistics of distributing water to the UK’s hospitality sector.

A key takeaway from the trio’s time was discovering more about the company’s ongoing commitment to sustainable operations, including the importance of a circular economy.

Wenlock Spring director Matthew Orme comments, “As a family-run business, we believe it is really important to introduce the next generation to the many opportunities that exist in the workforce outside of the classroom.”

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